Castle Hall was once a Cuban brand, so when Kaizad Hansotia wanted to bring it back to market, it made sense to make it a Cuban-sandwich-style cigar. Castle Hall Habano takes a nut-brown Habano wrapper and surrounds a double binder (one from Ecuador and the other from Indonesia) that holds together a collection of well-aged Dominican fillers. There are notes of cedar, nuts, earth and a bit of coffee and sweet spices, with solid construction, especially considering that they start as low as $2 each! Jump on board the Castle Hall bandwagon. It's going to be a tasty trip.